Dogs Survive Morning House Fire in North San Angelo


SAN ANGELO, TX – Multiple engines with the San Angelo Fire Department were called to a house fire in North San Angelo on Monday morning. 

According to our reporters on scene, at around 9:45 a.m. on Dec. 5, firefighters with the San Angelo Fire Department were dispatched to a house at the intersection of 27th and Farr for the report of a structure fire.

Scanner reports indicate that the first officer with the San Angelo Police Department saw flames and smoke but by the time our reporters got on scene the fire was already out.

Firefighters with the SAFD on scene did inspect the home. There were no injuries as the family and their dogs made it out the home safely. Among the family was a small child, three chihuahuas, and a large sized dog.

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